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- Demonstrate awareness of and participation in the target language and cultural aspects of Hindi speaking areas of India.
- Integrate discrete learning to produce a new meaningful whole by participating in class, doing homework and completing assessment.
- Read and write in Hindi and discuss a broad range of everyday discourse topics.
- Participate in communicative activities in class, and related creative study in homework and assessment activities.
- Speak in Hindi about daily life.
- Find, critically evaluate and manage the information they retrieve from dictionaries and grammar summaries and to begin to apply understanding and synthesis.
- • Indian language and culture.
- • Hindi grammar.
- • Reading and writing.
- • Conversational Hindi.
- • Bollywood cinema.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
Past La Trobe University students who have previously completed HND1DBB (Beginning Hindi 1B), HND1BE2 (Beginners Hindi 2), HND2BE2 (Beginning Hindi 2) , HND3BE2 (Beginning Hindi 2) or HND1BEB (Beginning Hindi 1B) are ineligible to enrol in this subject.
No additional requirements
This subject continues from HINDI 1. At the end of this subject you should be able to read and write everyday Hindi and understand and participate in conversations on topics such as people's occupations, going on holiday, visiting sacred sites, leisure and entertainment, and Indian food and customs.
- One 15-minute oral examination (250 words equivalent). (15%)
- One 500-words diary exercise. (10%)
- One 2-hour written examination (equivalent to 1750 words). (40%)
- Three written and oral assignments (1500-words equivalent). (35%)
Current study term: 30 Jul 23 to 27 Oct 23
Textbook information is pending.